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Kanenas
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04/04/2012 06:27 AM
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This is what happens nowadays in Greece


[link to translate.google.gr]

Original article
[link to www.newsit.gr]



Probably all those retards bashing us, are now happy..
This is one of the many that happen here and never get in the news for obvious reasons.


If you feel safe in your country whatever this might be, prepare and brace yourselves.

That play comes to a theater near you shortly..


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Link doesn't work. Can you try again? I'd like to read this.



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As it seems, GLP is not making our life easier with links.
It cannot handle the link with the embedded translation.

Hopefully you can use Google Translate directly
[link to translate.google.gr]

and put the initial article in it
[link to www.newsit.gr]


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04/04/2012 09:39 AM
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we know it dude, we know it: 18 suicides related to economic crisis since the beginning of 2012 in Italy

even a guy giving himself fire in front of Agenzia delle Entrate (Italian IRS)

] [link to www.tgcom24.mediaset.it]

translated in english

[link to translate.google.com]


expect a mega rise on suicides since EU is in recession. Italy alone will lose 1 million jobs just this year. And the more we get in recession the faster jobs will be destroyed. At the same time NWO government rush to create legislative frame set to allow easy way to fire workers and get sure they cannot claim social security help,

Government and media are trying to brainwash people into believing that our problem is that is to hard (which is not) to fire an employee, and not that we have the higher taxation on job globally. For every 1000 euros you give to the employee you must give almost 2000 in Taxes
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The problem is not just that an employer will fire an employee.

Here every month 4000 small and medium businesses are closing down, it is estimated that more than 63000 SME's will shut down in 2012.

The person that got suicide was having a pharmacy store couple of years ago and now he was trying to live with his pension at his 77 years of age.
Its almost the same story repeating as to what happened in Italy and the old lady a couple of days ago when they reduced her pension.

The govenments stopped considering people as human beings, they are plain numbers in the eyes of those in office.

We should not allow that.


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The problem is not just that an employer will fire an employee.

Here every month 4000 small and medium businesses are closing down, it is estimated that more than 63000 SME's will shut down in 2012.

The person that got suicide was having a pharmacy store couple of years ago and now he was trying to live with his pension at his 77 years of age.
Its almost the same story repeating as to what happened in Italy and the old lady a couple of days ago when they reduced her pension.

The govenments stopped considering people as human beings, they are plain numbers in the eyes of those in office.

We should not allow that.


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 Quoting: Kanenas


You guys should revolt. Seriously. You are a very storied and proud people. We in America grow up hearing tales of Sparta and her 300, for example, and our sons aspire to be even half the men that your forefathers were (save for those boylovers in Athens! Lol, I jest in good faith). My prayers go out for you and your country. May you hang the banker nazis in the streets.
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04/05/2012 02:33 AM
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The WSJ story
[link to online.wsj.com]


And the description of the note that was left back.
[link to news247.gr]




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igCorcaigh

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04/05/2012 02:33 AM

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[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Public suicide is how it started in the Arab countries.
Even, though it was a sort of fiction.

This could be the start, for what I'm not sure.

Time will tell.
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04/05/2012 02:36 AM

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- Suicide note linked move to economic crisis

- Man compared Greek plight to World War II German occupation in note

- People gathered in the centre of Athens to express sympathy

(Adds prime minister's statement, details of mourners gathering in paragraphs seven to nine and 15.)

By Alkman Granitsas and Nektaria Stamouli

Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES

ATHENS (Dow Jones)--A 77-year-old Greek man took his life in Athens' central Syntagma Square early Wednesday, leaving a note behind that linked his tragic act to the country's deepening economic crisis, police said, at a time national suicide rates have been on the ...
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The police held ppl back.
Wow.
Oh M. G.
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04/05/2012 02:45 AM

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The police held ppl back.
Wow.
Oh M. G.
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For ppl that don't know.... this was a VERY Different Situation!
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04/05/2012 02:47 AM

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The police held ppl back.
Wow.
Oh M. G.
 Quoting: igCorcaigh


For ppl that don't know.... this was a VERY Different Situation!
 Quoting: igCorcaigh


This is NOT Greece today!
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04/05/2012 02:48 AM
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The problem is not just that an employer will fire an employee.

Here every month 4000 small and medium businesses are closing down, it is estimated that more than 63000 SME's will shut down in 2012.

The person that got suicide was having a pharmacy store couple of years ago and now he was trying to live with his pension at his 77 years of age.
Its almost the same story repeating as to what happened in Italy and the old lady a couple of days ago when they reduced her pension.

The govenments stopped considering people as human beings, they are plain numbers in the eyes of those in office.

We should not allow that.


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 Quoting: Kanenas


The governmant do not care for suicides, one useless eater less.
The governments in Europe are inhuman, they onla care for money.
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The governmant do not care for suicides, one useless eater less.
The governments in Europe are inhuman, they onla care for money.
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True.

I care.
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04/05/2012 04:15 AM
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Poor man. RIP. He did a very brave thing on behalf of ordinary folks as well as himself. Kudos to the ordinary Greek people for kicking up in his memory.

It's happening everywhere, all over Europe.
[link to www.newsit.gr]

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

My 70 year old uncle who has never retired had saved up all his working life for a private pension. It was 'guaranteed' to pay out £250 a week.

He told me the other day that after 5 'black days' on the stock market over the last 4 years, his pension payout is now £36 per week!

£250 is a real squeeze to live on in rip-off UK. £36 is worse than nothing and stops him getting other benefits. (Ok, he gets state retirement, but at around £100 per week that's worth less and less as prices rise not just monthly but every week).

No wonder ordinary decent people are suiciding. Especially as we're having to pay for the frauds of bankers and governments.
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04/05/2012 05:03 AM
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My heart goes out to all of you and your families suffering under austerity. Promises were made and they cannot be kept. We in the USA are right behind you. It will not be a pretty day here when the government workers, service workers and union workers are betrayed by tptb and the promises made to them go unmet. It is coming soon. Most here are too blind to see that it is inevitable.
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04/05/2012 05:11 AM

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Headlines on BBC

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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The problem is not just that an employer will fire an employee.

Here every month 4000 small and medium businesses are closing down, it is estimated that more than 63000 SME's will shut down in 2012.

The person that got suicide was having a pharmacy store couple of years ago and now he was trying to live with his pension at his 77 years of age.
Its almost the same story repeating as to what happened in Italy and the old lady a couple of days ago when they reduced her pension.

The govenments stopped considering people as human beings, they are plain numbers in the eyes of those in office.

We should not allow that.


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 Quoting: Kanenas


Q.:How much is the old-age pension in Greece...?And other pensions? Interested.




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04/05/2012 07:19 AM
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OP, this is the agenda planned for everyone worldwide. Then they can force their one world government down our throats, its playing out like a sick movie by very evil people.
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04/05/2012 07:28 AM
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OP, this is the agenda planned for everyone worldwide. Then they can force their one world government down our throats, its playing out like a sick movie by very evil people.
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yes actually, the one world government can be established b y then in no time. But it will deprive them of what they crave for. Death as fact is not their ultimate goal death as a process gives 'loohs' to them.
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04/05/2012 07:32 AM
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R.I.P. i know some people here ready to follow him.the authorities have made it impossible to live,for some.
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04/05/2012 07:49 AM
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OP how do you write Swedish in Greekish?
I get a white page with only language possibilities in Greek to choose from.
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Anarchy?

Yikes!
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The problem is not just that an employer will fire an employee.

Here every month 4000 small and medium businesses are closing down, it is estimated that more than 63000 SME's will shut down in 2012.

The person that got suicide was having a pharmacy store couple of years ago and now he was trying to live with his pension at his 77 years of age.
Its almost the same story repeating as to what happened in Italy and the old lady a couple of days ago when they reduced her pension.

The govenments stopped considering people as human beings, they are plain numbers in the eyes of those in office.

We should not allow that.


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 Quoting: Kanenas


Q.:How much is the old-age pension in Greece...?And other pensions? Interested.


They did get crazy amounts almost full pay plus you could retire at about 45 on full pay till you die then you kids get to draw your pension after you are gone, no wonder the dumb fucks are skint.

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The problem is not just that an employer will fire an employee.

Here every month 4000 small and medium businesses are closing down, it is estimated that more than 63000 SME's will shut down in 2012.

The person that got suicide was having a pharmacy store couple of years ago and now he was trying to live with his pension at his 77 years of age.
Its almost the same story repeating as to what happened in Italy and the old lady a couple of days ago when they reduced her pension.

The govenments stopped considering people as human beings, they are plain numbers in the eyes of those in office.

We should not allow that.


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 Quoting: Kanenas


Q.:How much is the old-age pension in Greece...?And other pensions? Interested.


They did get crazy amounts almost full pay plus you could retire at about 45 on full pay till you die then you kids get to draw your pension after you are gone, no wonder the dumb fucks are skint.

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Although I'm not involved when a troll like you comes in, who happens to know only what is shoved in your empty skul from your TV, I will say just on this occasion:

The usual pension here is around 800 Euro and its entitled to those of 65 years of age.

My mother, is 67 and gets 340 Euro, since she was a farmer most of her life and many employers never payed their contribution to the local social services agency. She is paying for rent 240 euro for a 30 square meters little appartment. I'm paying the rest of her living.

That is what happens here, those living on a pension get money to survive from their kids.

I guess your stupidity does not allow you to understand anything else than what your TV is saying to you though..


Feel assured that a life like this will definitively come to you, either you like it or not, nomatter if you are a payed shill or not.


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Many have forgotten that Greece merely is a communist country. After WWII a strong communist movement tried to take over power and was overthrown by royalistic troops that were heavily sponsored and equipped by GB and USA. Stalin refrained from participating in this conflict, though many Greek would have loved to become part of the communist Sovjet Empire.

The Greek population mainly consist of communists. What we whitness nowadays are communist uprisings and I think they will prevail this time.
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Many have forgotten that Greece merely is a communist country. After WWII a strong communist movement tried to take over power and was overthrown by royalistic troops that were heavily sponsored and equipped by GB and USA. Stalin refrained from participating in this conflict, though many Greek would have loved to become part of the communist Sovjet Empire.

The Greek population mainly consist of communists. What we whitness nowadays are communist uprisings and I think they will prevail this time.
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dude really I cannot read such things

Do you realize how much harm your country done to Greece, and I'm not talking about only of WWII. Do you realize?

Greece has been bullied for so long time that really whatever greek people choose for their self must be accepted with respect.
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The problem is not just that an employer will fire an employee.

Here every month 4000 small and medium businesses are closing down, it is estimated that more than 63000 SME's will shut down in 2012.

The person that got suicide was having a pharmacy store couple of years ago and now he was trying to live with his pension at his 77 years of age.
Its almost the same story repeating as to what happened in Italy and the old lady a couple of days ago when they reduced her pension.

The govenments stopped considering people as human beings, they are plain numbers in the eyes of those in office.

We should not allow that.


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 Quoting: Kanenas


Q.:How much is the old-age pension in Greece...?And other pensions? Interested.


They did get crazy amounts almost full pay plus you could retire at about 45 on full pay till you die then you kids get to draw your pension after you are gone, no wonder the dumb fucks are skint.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12537249

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1290427




Although I'm not involved when a troll like you comes in, who happens to know only what is shoved in your empty skul from your TV, I will say just on this occasion:

The usual pension here is around 800 Euro and its entitled to those of 65 years of age.

My mother, is 67 and gets 340 Euro, since she was a farmer most of her life and many employers never payed their contribution to the local social services agency. She is paying for rent 240 euro for a 30 square meters little appartment. I'm paying the rest of her living.

That is what happens here, those living on a pension get money to survive from their kids.

I guess your stupidity does not allow you to understand anything else than what your TV is saying to you though..


Feel assured that a life like this will definitively come to you, either you like it or not, nomatter if you are a payed shill or not.


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Dude I'm not a shill but I did watch Go Greek for a week fair play tho for managing to get such a great deal for such a long time.

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